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expected approach clearance (EAC)

An expression used in radio communications to indicate the time at which arriving aircraft should be cleared to begin the approach for a landing. Also known as EAT, or expected approach time.
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This, he said, was attributed to the number of takeaways and restaurants in the area with more people eating out and creating food waste, to which the rats are attracted.
I was getting tired of eating out being about the love of food, the quality of ingredients and the desire to experience a bit of luxury every now and then to ease the pressures of life.
"The Middle East region has seen a change in consumer behaviour as far as eating out is concerned.
It was busy too, for what is eating out's low season, with Norah Jones and Frank Sinatra the ideal choice to keep diners aged from 20 to 70 happy.
Q: MY husband has just received a pay rise and we're both delighted because it will give us a chance to indulge in one of our favourite hobbies - eating out. I'm a little concerned, though, that I might pile on the pounds.